February 2016

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Why would the world accept Australia’s offer to store nuclear waste?

Mark Diesendorf, UNSW Australia While acknowledging that nuclear electricity is not commercially viable in South Australia, the Royal Commission’s tentative findings give strong support to the extraordinary notion that the state should attempt to profit by storing high-level nuclear waste from countries that do have nuclear power. The scheme envisages a combination of above-ground temporary […]

Why you should stay on the grid, even with your solar-powered batteries

Rodney Stewart, Griffith University Anything that can help cut our electricity bill is to be welcomed, and Tesla’s solar rechargeable batteries, now available in Australia, are just the latest option. Many Australian households have already installed solar photovoltaic (PV) panels to generate their own electricity, even selling some back into the grid. Now they will […]

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